Come in, come in and sit down, but only if you really want to! If you’d rather sing a song, play a game, paddle a canoe, read a book, dance in a circle, knit a shawl, beat a drum, enjoy a cup of tea, sculpt with clay, try the ukulele, gaze at clouds, listen to a story, build a campfire, slurp a popsicle, watch a video, write a poem, walk the labyrinth, paint a picture, eat a muffin, or have a nap, you can do that too!
Sunday Morning Live (SML) welcomes children, teens and adults, teachers and preachers, individuals, families and groups to enjoy an experience of playful and intentional intergenerational community. Using a variety of modern tools and engaging activities, and led by a resourceful team of worship leaders and musicians, we will explore the core values of our faith together. SML provides an opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to develop healthy and holy relationships with others, with creation and with that Spirit which gives life to all.
It’s Sunday morning and everybody’s welcome to come on in!
Lloyd MacLean is a congregational music leader with an irrepressible sense of humour. He was a member of the development team for the Voices United songbook and has shared his musical talent in every corner of the country.
Brent & Helen Bannerman are lovers and teachers of music. Using the SML model, they’ve helped to bring new life and excitement to worship in their Presbyterian congregation at Barney’s River NS.
Program Cost: $305 ($147.50 tuition + $157.50 meals/accommodations)
Please register at least 2 weeks in advance to secure your place in this program.
Reduced rates for those who register for SML: Congregational Leaders, for family groups and for tenters
Rev. Robyn Brown-Hewitt is the Faith and Spirituality Coordinator on the Program Development Team. Robyn comes to the Centre with more than 25 years of experience as a gifted and creative educator and facilitator with children, youth and adults, working on a national and regional basis. She recently served on the Tatamagouche Centre leadership team that created the outstanding family program, Play and Praise with Linnea Good. She is a graduate of the Atlantic School of Theology and has studied at the Vancouver School of Theology. She was ordained by Maritime Conference in 1992 and has most recently served with the Wolfville Pastoral Charge. She also works at the Atlantic School of Theology as the Director of the Youth Ministry Diploma Program.
Shawn Redden, Program Resource Group (PRG) facilitator, and is a United Church minister with a long involvement in and commitment to Youth Ministry.